May 28, 2015
The Lake Winnipesaukee Association in partnership with NH LAKES hosted a talk on “Lake Level Management: A Balancing Act” on Thursday, May 28th. Approximately 45 people attended the lecture held in the Carriage House at the Inn at Church Landing, Meredith, NH to listen to James Gallagher, Chief Water Resource Engineer of the NHDES Dam Bureau, discuss the challenges of lake level management in New Hampshire. Jim gave a great presentation, which can be viewed here, on the challenges that the Dam Bureau faces in trying to manage lake levels for multiple interests and uses.
The lecture was offered as part of the Lake Winnipesaukee Association’s Lakeside Learning Program, and NH LAKES’ Lakes Congress. LWA’s Lakeside Learning Program provides community members with the knowledge, tools, and support to live, work and recreate in harmony with the lake and its natural environment.
These presentations were give March 29, 2013 at the Meredith Community Center
Hosted by: Lakes Region Planning Commission, the Lake Winnipesaukee Association, and the Belknap County Conservation District
Funding for the workshop was provided by an EPA 604(b) grant awarded through NH DES to the Lakes Region Planning Commission.
Click on a presentation name below to view the presentation as a PDF file
Presentation 1. Introduction to Stormwater Management
Julie LaBranche, Rockingham Planning Commission
Presentation 2. Regulatory Requirements – Alteration of Terrain Permitting
Ridgely Mauck, NH Department of Environmental Services
Presentation 3. Stormwater Management Tools – Ideas and Innovative Techniques
Tom Ballestero, UNH Stormwater Center
Presentation 4. Evolving Concepts in Stormwater Management
Bill Arcieri, VHB, Inc.
Presentation 5. Stormwater Treatment Projects in Laconia
Luke Powell, Asst. Director Public Works, City of Laconia